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Social giving uses the power of networks to amplify donations. Sharing on Facebook, Twitter, and the rest can encourage new donations. But what about location-based networks? Can donations go up using ad-hoc networks of people in the real world?
On Wednesday, a daylong event in New York launched the NetGain project, which will explore and spark action on the intersection between civil society and the future of the internet.
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In a precedent-setting move, Facebook has placed a donate button on its home page to raise money for three charities working on Ebola.
What “effective nonprofit-foundation partnership” means and why it’s good for foundations.
Charities in the United States remain mum about funding accepted from the adult entertainment industry.
Lots of rich people give multimillion-dollar grants, but how many of them do so in a way that respects the knowledge of those on the ground?
After answering criticism highlighted in the Chronicle of Philanthropy, the Council gears up for a fight over how quickly donor-advised funds are spent.
Mongolia’s transition from socialism to capitalism was fraught with crisis, much like the disruptions faced by other former socialist countries, but with its own distinctive challenges due to location, natural resources, and more.
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Yesterday’s FCC ruling enshrines a stronger policy on net neutrality, founded on the declaration that broadband Internet service is a telecommunications service under Title II of the Communications Act.
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